[mythtv] compile problem related to latest cvs commits
AdamWood at Xephi.co.uk
Mon Mar 29 14:35:57 EST 2004
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> [mailto:mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Isaac Richards
> Sent: 29 March 2004 20:03
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> Subject: Re: [mythtv] compile problem related to latest cvs commits
> On Monday 29 March 2004 01:31 pm, Adam Wood wrote:
> > I'm having problems with the latest cvs on my EPIA-M. I had been
> > running Kenneth's inter/intra matrix patch which was
> working perfectly
> > and gave me a better picture quality than I had ever had
> before. I saw
> > these changes were updated into cvs and then this morning I saw the
> > mpeg12.c file was updated so I thought I'd grab the latest
> cvs. Well
> > the compile problem has cleared up, but now I have no
> picture at all.
> > Well technically I have a picture but its all white with a few
> > coloured blocks appearing.
> > Is anyone else seeing this?
> > I thought it may have been something I did, but I've just tried a
> > fresh cvs tree and it's the same.
> > I'm going to take a better look at the code and see if I
> can figure it
> > out. Though I'm sure someone else will beat me to it ;-)
> It's just the ffmpeg changes that I merged in recently..
> Since I can no
> longer test the viaslice hardware decoder, it's a little hard
> for me to test
> things properly :(.. I did make sure that xvmc works, so I
> thought that
> there was a pretty good possibility that the viaslice stuff
> would continue
> working. Ah well.. Are there any error messages on the
> console you ran
> mythfrontend from that would give a hint of what's wrong?
There are no error messages - which is unusual in its own right as I usually
have a few prebuffering pauses. If you have any idea where I could start
poking around I'm not a bad c++ coder but I don't really know anything about
mpeg or video. I'm keen to have a go though. Any pointers would be great.
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